TITLE : TRAPPED
PHOTOBOOK
AUTHOR : XIMENA ECHAGUE

 

The Belgian-Argentine photographer Ximena Echague has just published “Trapped”, a book full of images that tell us the strong emotions that we have experienced in recent years as humanity.

TRAPPED is part of a personal journey over several years during which our lives were turned upside down, most certainties vanished, many cherished ideals were challenged, and our most basic habits and freedoms were questioned.

We have been living through eerie times. Life is no longer what it used to be, and we are all struggling to overcome a deep unease, a feeling of being trapped in an existence full of contradictions we no longer understand or control.

My book captures this fuzzy new reality. It provides glimpses into troubled souls trying to make sense of the unknown. They reflect emotions, fears, confusion, and anger but also resilience, irreverence, strength, and humor.

This is also a story of human resourcefulness and solidarity, a journey into how humanity struggled to survive fear and overcome many challenges.

You can buy “Trapped” HERE

 

Ximena Echagüe is a Belgian-Argentine Documentary & Street Photographer, juror & curator based in Brussels. Ximena’s work has been exhibited worldwide in four individual exhibitions (including at the European Parliament, Brussels and the United Nations, New York) and over 70 Group exhibitions. She has been published by New York Times, BBC News, Washington Post, and many photography magazines. 

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